I was definitely unfamiliar with the territory as far as what this doc covered, so it was certainly informative if nothing else.
The plot focuses around the premiere tour of MC Frontalot, A.K.A. ex-web designer Damian Hess. This is interspersed with interviews of people who are well-known in the niche genre of music known as “nerdcore”. A type of hip-hop incorporating geeky and tech lingo and jokes, nerdcore has become a popular type of music among the only audience that would understand the lyrics.
Frontalot and his group are certainly colorful characters, if a little strange. The interviews are natural, but infrequent.
Not great. Most of the footage quality is sub-par, even for a movie about a concert tour.
The sound quality is good, which is definitely a must for a film like this. The titling and video effects are passable, and do their job of adding that extra touch of cheekiness that a film like this needs.
Too short. They ran out of interesting things to talk about, I suppose. It would have fit in easier as a TV special somewhere.